Henschke sits at the pinnacle of Australian wine. With the flagship Hill of Grace Shiraz (Langton’s Classified Exceptional), and the rare single vineyard offering Hill of Roses Shiraz, Henschke has rightfully earned its place amongst the most pre-eminent wineries in the country.
In this pack, three standout Henschke vintages are united. Access the rare Hill of Roses alongside a desirable Hill of Grace museum release, and enjoy a 94-point Keyneton Euphonium on us.
Direct from the Henschke cellar in Eden Valley, this is a unique opportunity. Secure your three-pack now.
In this 3-pack, you’ll find one bottle each of the following;
Henschke Hill of Roses Shiraz 2012
’Blackberry, blackcurrant, licorice...implacable tannins on a palate of prodigious length.’
98 points, James Halliday
Henschke Hill of Grace Shiraz 2008
’The palate has immensely supple and deep, dense tannins...rich dark plum and cherry fruit flavor...an immense future ahead.’
98 points, Nick Stock
Henschke Keyneton Euphonium 2010
‘Strong crimson-purple; a richly robed and structured blend, with an array of black fruits, plum, spice and a dash of dark chocolate...’
94 points, James Halliday
"Made from a small patch of 25yo vines on the Hill of Grace considered too young for inclusion in Hill of Grace in the magnificent '12 vintage, matured in French hogsheads (71% new) for 18 months. This has missile power and drive on an exact course stretching out far into the distance. Blackberry, blackcurrant, licorice (I won't use the word 'tar'), leather and earth flavours are wrapped by bonds of implacable tannins on a palate of prodigious length. Too good for Hill of Grace? A heretical question that in any event has no answer." 98 points, James Halliday (March 2018)
"Elegantly detailed and powerful with a strong spicy thread that carries a web of terroir-derived interest. The deeply spicy oak draws out the fruit's inherent nature. Eden Valley sage and caramelized charcuterie with a core of blackberry and plum fruits. Modern and authentic but not quite as multi-dimensional as the Hill of Grace. However, it still shows all the swagger and focused power that comes from this part of the Eden Valley. Ballet-like poise and class. Superb now, but better from 2020." 97 points, Nick Stock (December 2018)
"Deep colour. Beautiful wine. Intense pure blackberry fruit with praline, vanilla notes. Incredible density and power with blackberry, aniseed flavours, underlying vanilla ginger oak and muscular tannins. Still very elemental and beautiful. Drink 2020–2050." 98 points, Andrew Caillard MW
"Deep purple-crimson, even after five years. It is explosively rich and decadent, with oceans of sumptuous black fruits which have soaked up the new and used French oak, and carry the alcohol with contemptuous ease. The grapes were picked early each morning between March 9 and March 13, after the heatwave had started, but before its conclusion. Each block was separately made and matured, and the final blend is not made until shortly before bottling." 98 points, Wine Companion, February 2013
"A 70/18/12% blend of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Strong crimson-purple; a richly robed and structured blend, with an array of black fruits, plum, spice and a dash of dark chocolate; the oak and tannin contributions are both important, pivotal to the texture, structure and longevity of the wine." 94 points, Wine Companion
"A blend of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, the medium to deep garnet-purple coloured 2010 Keyneton Euphonium opens to pronounced Christmas cake, mulberries and preserved plum aromas highlighted by hints of sandalwood and star anise. Mouth-filling with spiced blackberry preserve flavors framed by a medium to firm level of velvety tannins and balanced acid, it finishes with great length. Drink it now to 2020+." 92+ points, Wine Advocate, February 2014